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DAILY BUIiLKTIN: HONOLULU, JL L, MAY UB, 181)0.
HWw"JiH . w vr.
Fill DAY, MAY 2i), 18'JO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
Arrive Honolulu ....
Leave Honolulu ...'! ::io
Leave Manana.... 11:00
Arrive Honolulu...! I sis
Stun- Kllnnr:t Hull fiom Hiimaklia
Sinn- I't'li' from IIhiiiiiI.iiu
Mini .ins Makcu (nun Kauai
Holir Halctikala irom Hiwtll ''
Schr Luku from Kohuln
fc'lmr Klium tor Hilo and way ports nl
'i p m
SI mr U K UMiop for Walanao, Wakilmi
mid Koolaii nl ! !i in
Sehi- Llholllio for Wahtnae
Hchr K:mlihi;i for Kahtiku
VESSELS LEAViNii TOMORROW.
Stmr Iwnlanl for Lahalua iiml Hatua
l.tta at 10 n in
Tor Maui and Haw-all, per stmr Ki
iiail, May 'Ja For the Voli-ano: II 1)
Ketehtiui and II C Hutu. I 'or w im
ports: Mrs J H Holt, MisO Klddciatid
child, 0 Gada, II Akuna. V. Lacy, Bro
Bertram, W 11 DanleD, Mr iJailey,
WongKwal. T W RvpipU.
l-'roin Ktipn.ii, pprsttur damp Makce,
Mav 'JS-M's II I'l'iibei-p, G E l'alr
chlld, '.vim,, Wee. Dr MFiainura and S
From San Frnncleco, per hk Andrew
Welch, May L'.l-O-ear (iadi-, Wm Clap
per, wife aiid son, Mis 1! Halley, It B
Bate, J Huberts, ami It C Ketchum.
For Koolau, per stinr C R Blahop.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN POUT.
(J S & Xipsic, McCurlcy, from Samoa
USS Adams. J G Greene, fiom Samoa
III- ship Bortowdalo, Gutlirlo, fiom
Itkt I'lantcr, Dow, from Pan Francisco
Am bkt Irmgard, A II Paul, from .San
Ilk Alex McNeil, Prils, from San Pr.in-
Am bkt C O Funk, A C Glaser, from
Am bkt Klikltat, 11 T Cutllcr, from Port
Am bk Colusa. Backus, from NoweaMlc,
X S W
Am 4-ninsted schr K K W.ood, N C Lars-en,
fiom Newcastle. N tf W
Am ipiii Eva, .1 O Wlkniati, from r.u
Am inic- packet Morning Star. O F
Garland, from South Sea Islands
llr bk Omega, A V Brown, from Hong
kong Am l-mttl seln- Golden Shore. Header,
con, from Newcastle, N S W
FOREHJH VESSELS EXPECTED.
I h F Charleston, Commodore Brown,
from San Kiancisco due May 22
Bkt J A Falkenbiirg. from lVru, (for
Kahu'iilj duo May 7
Br ship Blpuglleld sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr if, uue iug 'i
Schr Alealde, fiom Port Ludlow,
Bk Atalanta, Irotn Pugct rfound.
Gur bk Adonis from Brenirn
(Jer bk Faint, from New York
Bk Uncle dohii, from Newcastle,
Bkt Discovery, McN'cll, from Sail Krau-
clsco, duu May H
Bkt Mary Wlnkeliuan. from miii Fian-
ctaco, due May 17
II B M S Acorn, from lquimult, B C,
duo May :il
Br bk Blrkt-r from London, sailed Apr
13, due Auk 23
Schr J G North from San Fianelco. fpn
route for Mahukona) due .In no 1
Am lugt Lui'llnc. MaU'on, from San
FraneNco, due Juno ii
I! M S S Zealandla, from San FranpKco
en route to tlm Colonics due June 7
II M S S Alameda from tlm Colonic! en
route to San Francisco duo May 31
Haw S S Australia from Sail Francisco
duo May !J0
The fteamer Kllauea Hun hi ought
fiU uiorning from llanmkua OuO bags
njg&r and 4U head cattle.
The Mcuiuur Hawaii brought yus-ter-tl'ty
0200 bng- Hiigur and (!0 head cattle
J'lio steamer C K BUhop brought 1.103
bags sugar, 'JO bajts lice, and 34 bags
turo fiom Koolau,
'Ibu EchooucM Hal'-akabi and I.uka
brought ll'OO and 1875 bags Miirar from
The steainer .Tame Makco brought
UlOObiig sugar fiom ICapaa, and the
steamer Pcle 'J7U! bags sugar ami til)
bands molasses from ilam.iUua.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIIJG.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
at 7 :!J0.
Pnoiflo Degree Lodge No. 1 1). of
11., at 7:1)0.
Services .'it St. Andrew's t-'iilhe-dr.d,
Special Services at Central Union
Church, at 7:30.
The Mikado tit Opera House, at
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.
To-morrow will bo Queen Vic
toria's birthday. There will lie
boat races in the morning Myrtles
tit ! o'clock and IlenlanU at DillO
nnil baseball in the afternoon at
tttbU The band will play at the
residence- of the Uritibli Commis
sioner from 12 to a o'clock, p. in.,
and at the baseball grounds, by re
quest of Major Wotleliousc, at !J :M.
The Bijou Comedy Company will
play Ulack-eyed Susau in tlio Opera
House at 8 o'clock in the evening.
God Snve thoQnoeii!
LOCAL a CEHEHAl HEWS.
A CON UN I' AlKiS nf till' tllllldcr
trial itppcalrf nn the fourth pao.
An nran for tho foicigu cliuirli nl
Miikawiio ciinio bv tho Andrew
Tin: band is playing thi nftenioon
at Kawitiahuu Soininary, ficuii two to
Mai-.vakka cliect i licing repaiii'd
on u plan fteijiiently Miggcutcil by
Tin: Bortovwlalu brouttlit material
for the new market to ho oioclctl mi
Tin: band conceit on ilic grouudo
of (Jnei'ii I'.iiuiiii Mall waft enjoyed
bv ii large coiieoun--o of poojiln lat
Tin: MimcuI Association, conduct
ed by Mr. Ynruilloy, has its ineeliiig
postponed tillThuisday evening, 20th
hist.,, ut Dr. Met 1 row'.-.
An iidmiuiidralor's sale of hof-iM
and coll belonging to the estate of
the In to .). GU'ason, will lm held ill
Wiiialiolc, the nther side of ibin il
and, ou the -JOtli iustiinl.
To-NioilT will be the lnM opportu.
nity to wilnc.'s tho Mikado pi rlortn
.nice, at lh Cper.u Hoiim', by the
local company. Tho proceeds will
bo for the merited N benefit, of Mi.
At 12 o'clock noon to-umriow, at
liiM salesroom, Mr. .las. P. Morgan
will will at auction leal oilatn belong
ing to tho estate of the late P. Mil
ton. The pioperty is described in
tho auctioneer's advciiircmeut.
Ui'iii.Vfi the receii in the baud crui
cert al Queen ISninci Hall giauiulH,
last iiijilil. Mr. Mc(',i dolivocd n
vciy .i.i'iblo .iiIiIu'Sm on teiiipoiuneo
In a lau'c eiowd, Imm Ilic balcimy nf
the bull, llmi. W. If. ltiec iiiicrp'iut
iiij,'. Ma. M'iii;iiti,8 rciilar cash sale
will commence at 10 o'clock to-morrow
inoi'iiinc. Dry gomU, ctockery,
household furniture, futility carriage,
etc., will bo offered. At 12 noon, at
Brewer' wharl, a long boat will be
Mn. A V. Gear, vice-pro-ident,
ptcsided at the meeting f tho Stein
it 7. Clie.'.p Club la:U night, in tho ab
sence of Mi. Bruce Carlwtight, presi
dent. Mr. C. M. Cool: ii icsigned the
oilice of trciiHiner on account of in
tended departure fiom the kingdom,
and i.Ir. Kmest Thrum wim unaiii
motiUy eleelcd in liis place.
Di'Uiso tb!? aftetnonn nf tn-iuor-iow,
beginning at one o'clock, Mr. 11.
Bamfield will hold a sale of local
view.-, in oils and water color?, at bis
"tudio in Spreckol's block. The views
for sale aie- niniked down at low
prices. This is an unfrpqiient oppor
tunity for people of limited means
to procure high clans pictuies.
The steamer Kinau takes y.12
Japanese laborers this afternoon for
various plantations ou Hawaii. Tho
liboiers are assigned as follows:
Onomca Sugar Co UU '26
IHIoStiearCo ftfi II
I.atipiihoehou .Sugar Co
Walakea Mill Co
Dillon .Mill Co
Bancroft Plantation. . . .
W Y Horner
Hatpakua Mill Co
W WGoodalo 1
Mr. S. M. Sayford held forth as
usual in the Central Union Church
to a large audience, and very elo
quently dUponsed the Gospel of
Christ to all who would receive it.
His subject was "Practical sugges
tions for Christian work." He
stated that the fjreat needs of to-day
for elllcicnt wotk were consecration,
concentration of effort, faith in
God, mora! courage and prayer,
and that ail and every interest
should bo sub3crvient to the one of
He will preach again this evening
in the church, and to-morrow even
ing the service will take the form of
a "confidential talk" in the Y. M.
C. A. hall, to men only, who can re
ceive tickets of admission, free of
charge, at the rooms.
iicroitn uicKi'.ii-roN, J.
Imiidav, May 23.
In re eUato of I).. Mauakti, de
ceased, intestate. Petition of llosina
K. Manaku, the widow, Hint AY. O.
Smith be appointed executor. Or
dered that letters of administration
be issued lo V. O. Smith under
S.IOO bond. W. O. Smith for peti
tioner, petitioner in person.
II. II. Gibson vs. Isaac Waihoio
ahti, foreclosure of mortgage. He
turn by Marshal upon sale. Or
dered that sale be confirmed and
that the Marshal execute a deed.
Also that plaintiff have judgment
for Sl'Jfi.GO, balance duo over
amount realized. Xf. A. Whiting
for plaintiff j no appearance of or
A Canadian Methodist Missionary
tho ilev. T. A. Dargo was brutally
murdered by two burglars armed
with swords on April fall, in defend
ing himself from their unprovoked
attack. His wife was badly wound
ed and mutilated in endeavoring to
assist her husband. The murderers
have since been caught,
Kisidav, May 'ii.
The Legislative Assembly was
opened at 10 o'clock with prayer by
llev. J. Yniamati. Minutes' were
lead by the Secretary.
Minister ThurMoii called utteri
llnn to tho minutes having been
partly tead from house papers, and
said there should be a complete io
eord in one language.
The President had observed the
same thing, and instructed the Secre
Ministers Austin and Damon, and
Hep. llosa also made corrections,
and nn motion of Hep. llosa ap
proval nf tho minutes was postponed
till next day's ses'-iun.
Hep. Jlice presented n petition
from Sli Portuguese icsideutsot Ko
loa, that the Government setapatl
more holidays for thcrrfr Ileferred
to committee on public lands, etc.
Xoble J. M. Horner presented a
petition fiom 102 native and 1 10 for
eiiin residents of llamakua, in favor
of the Hilo and IlainaUua Railway.
He said a bill would be introduced
in accordance with the petition. Ilc
fcircd to committee on public lands,
Hep. ICainai presented a petition
fiom liana with ';l! signatures, to
restore Hie Governois. Laid on ta
ble to be considered with the bill on
that subject. The same member
presented a petition that the law ic
Inting lo the assessment and collec
tion of taxes be abolished, and that
those functions be placed in the
hands of governors of the islands.
To be cotibidered with the bill,
Hep. Kapaelmole presented a po
tion from 715 residents of Molokai,
that an artesian well be dug at Ka
tnalo, and that ."000 be appropriat
ed for tliul purpose. Rolerred to
committee on public lauds.
Hep. Ciimmiiigs presented a peti
tion for S'iOOO to lie appropriated to
extend the road from Smith's bridge
to School street.
Minister Thurston said proceed
ings under the law had already been
taken for the work, and an item ap
peared in the Appropriation Hill for
Hep. Ivuniai presented a petition
from Ilonuula for $8000 to imptovc
the landing at Makcna. Heferred
to committee on public lands, etc.
Minister Ashford introduced his
bill to transfer care and custody of
prisoners from Interior to Attorney
General's department. Head a first
lime by title and referred to print
Minister Thurston nave notice of
(l)anacl to transfer the postal
bureau front the Interior Depart
ment to the Department of Finance,
(2) an act to transfer the bureau
of immigration from the Interior
Department to the Department of
Foreign Affairs, (.J) an act to amend
chap. 21 session lawn 1882, entitled,
"An Act lo admit fertilizers free of
Hep. Ivapaehnolo read a first time
his bil to repeal chap. (59, laws of
188S, and re-enact clfap. .r0 of the
Noble J. M. Homer read a first
time hi3 bill to further promote the
construction of railways on the Isl
and of Oahti. It extends the time
for constructing railways under the
franchise of 1888 to fivo ycais, and
Ihe time of the exclusive franchise
to fitly years. Interest not to ev
eecd six per cent, per annum on the
company') bonds is to be guaran
teed by the Hawaiian Government
upon any loads constructed after
completion of Pearl River Division,
provided the bonds shall not exceed
818,000 for each mile. A subsidy
of f.'iOO a iiulo for live years from
dale of construction is to be paid
by Ihe Government for the whole
The Secretary read a communica
tion from Geo. Ros, Auditor-General,
submitting his report. Noble
Wideinann moved it be printed.
Rep. Hush gave notice of a bill to
regnlatu the election of Noblea and
to repeal chap. 7G, laws of 1888.
Hep. White gave notice of. (1) an
act lo regulate the importation anil
Mile of keroseno, gasoline, napthn,
benzine, and other explosivu oils;
(2) an act to repeal an act entitled,
"An Act relating to the military
forces of the Kingdom;" (it) an
act to amend chap, (ill, session laws
J888, entitled, "An Act to amend
sec. 2 of chap, oil of the Peual
Code," and tepeal sees. .'I, !, and 5
of said chapter with all amendments
Minister Damon read a first time
by title the Appropriation Hill, and
moved for a suspension of rules to
have it read a second time by title.
Noble Widemaiin moved the bill
be referred to the Finance Commit
tee. Hep. Brown said that the practice,
was to have the Appropriation Hill
considered by committee of Hie
wnoio. tie intended to uiovu a
resolution fixing certain days for
this purpose. ,
Noble Widemanii had never be
fore seen the Appropriation Hill in
troduced tho third day of tho ses
sion, with a proposition to discuss it
tho next Monday. Tho bill should
bo kept to the very last, as it gave
this house the only hold it had on
Minlstei Thurston ngrtcd that it
was tin first time tho bill wv; ready
ul the opening of the session. It
had usually been delayed four or
live weeks, and members pickint: at
the Ministers about it. Tills was
also the first time when a Minister
of Finance had submitted a full
statement of the evpendllurcs for
the past two years ami estimates for
the nevt two years. He agreed with
the lion. Noble that the bill should
be retained to the end, but thai did
not prevent its con-iileration by
itPin, and all that need he delayed
was third rwudtng' It was oniifely
contrary to precedent for the bill to
be referred to any i-omiiiitloe but
that of the whole. "
Noble Wideiiiauu ittitl he had
seen all the Ministers' icports beforo
now on the table the fir&l day of the
The motion for second reading by
Minister Thurstou moved that the
Appropriation Hill be made the
order of the day on Mondays. Wed
nesday!!, arid Fridays, beginning
with .Monday, Juno 2d.
Hep. Hush moved an amendment
that the bill bo taken up the first
Monday after the report of the
finance committee is presented.
Minister Thurston said the finance
committee could not get through
with the bill in four weeks. He
spoke of the time it took and with
olid work for the house to dispose
of the Appropriation 13111 last ses
sion. Rep. Hush did not believe in hur
rying up the finance, committee, nor
yet in hiirryiue the Appiopriatiou
Hill. Hy dividing the woik the
committee should do it in two weeks.
They were sent here for such woik,
and he was willing lo stay a year if
Rep. Hiekard considered the idea
of delaying the bill indefinitely as
absuid. It would be to their advan
tage to fully consider the statements
of the Minister of Finance, but the
discussion of the bill should not be
delayed loo long. He moved an
amendment that ihe bill be taken up
Monday Iwo weeks hence.
Noble J. M. llornoi said business
was business, and the Committee of
Finance could also be considering it
individually or collectively, but
.should not take it way from the
House. He regarded it'ns the most
important matter before them.
Noble Macfarlane held that the
report of the Minister of Interior
had an important bearing on the
Appropriation Hill, and wanted to
know when ir would be before the
Minister Thurston said the Interior
items were away down in the bill.
He had been camping with the
printer and hoped the report would
be ready Tuesday or Wednesday.
The House took recess fiom 12:00
till 2 o'clock.
RAN DIES of all kinds
frcli i-verv (lav tit
HAWAIIAN Council No. n;, Ame
rican J.cglon of Honor, meets
THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at Harmony Hall. KItijr street.
Mi! It Seeretaiv.
WF., the drivers of the Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, do- hereby chal
lenge the drivers of the United Carriage
Co. to plava friendly game of Baseball,
on WEDNESDAY, Mav 23th, at 2
o'clock I', st. ' .-.fil 2t
DKA FT drawn by Gay A- Uobbi-on
on J. T. Waterhoii'-o for 6131.58
lu favor of Akauiiira and eiidor-ed by
Akamiira and Ahko. Not certain about
the number of cents. Payment Is
stopped. .'i.'ti uw
pilE Pcopln'rt-Ipo & Hefilgeraihig
I. Co. will sell Ice from and after
dale. In quantities to stilt at factory
pi lee. at the groeerv store of
HHNKY DAVIS A-CO
Honolulu, May 22, l.S'JO. fiiw lOt
NOTICE of S ALE.
MR. IJOBHBT BAKNFIELI) will
hold a private sale, at his studio,
.Spreckel's Block, during ihe afternoons
of .Saturday and Monday next. AVheti
he will offer a selection' of local views
lu both oils and watercolors, at very
much i educed rates for cash. .',",:) til
"VTO, u King street, near the Bridge,
1 Open day and night. Meals at all
hotir. Oider for California produce
received. E. T. GILZY,
M2 2m Proprietor.
The ,11 HteitmHlil
Will have Hotioltilu for the above potts
ou or about
MONDAY, may 28thf
A'V VC O'CLOCK XOOV.
C?f" For freight or jnssiige, havlug
niporlor c.iblu and tttceiage uccouniio.
dutiotiH, Apply to
Wra. 0. IRWIH & Co.,
CM Ul AgutiiB,
'KsfiC w. mlmkmM, imd-iJi
tp if TO Tip A f1 !
Contractor ?XktS k flnilder.
Evlimatcs Given on Drlcl,. Pan, Stunt! .
WouJcn Buildings, Jobbing
- kw.t's rot: sai.i:
Brick, Lime, Cciiisnl, Waster or Pails,
Maible liiit, Wlie Lath,
California liorlli touch & Sada Cruz
Qmnry Tlle Oxii red, while and blue,
Mliitou, PlatlC4aud Kncnustlc 'llb-s In
vailous patltiitti:, all kinds of Ditduage
teif Ort'ioi: Southeast comer Alu
Ke.i and Queen sttcets.
Mutual -'artLCPIIONESKaV-Bjll 351
1 Putnam Kiiglue l.'xtltf.
1 Three Holler Mill.
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
VViih 20 Inch Belt A I'lltiiigs,
I l'.'xinv.ixjs Combined Vacuum
1 12x12x7x18 Combined Vacuum
tif All In j;nod order and condition,
and ready for dellveiy at the cud of the
present grinding sea-on. May be In
spected al llamakua Mill, P.iaullo. Ha
waii. Applv to
5 it; lm Thco. H. Davics fit Co.
Government Coupons Lost !
March 23nl, Coupons 580, Itond No. 221
. . .1 iV,o, 220
. .. .. r,( i. yi7
" " " Sl.'i. ' 128
' " Ol.l, 12:1
" - " st:.. ' i an
Honolulu, .March 2. ly.io. Ml tl
VOll SALK CHEAP
A COMPLBTi: oiittlt for iiiikhifr and
rx dispensing eiiiboualed bewrays,
all lu Hood older. Address
rM tlm Waiohlnu, Hawaii.
T4,TKS. MON'KOE, ludieb' nurec, h.-w
XI I. recioM'il lo No II, Kukui lone.
ON account of 111 health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. I..
Hutchinson to take charge of his uflk-o
until Ids letitru. .'.17 if
",rit.S. OSBORNE is now prepared to
JlYJL give instructions; lu fancy Work
at "The Arlington," Kooin . Class
I.cs-ous: Mondays, Wednc-dajs and
I'tldays. Private lemons" by special
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly attended to. feb2l-ly
It. Din Id D.ivton will act for mo
under a full power of atturne
during hiv absence f i om the Kingdom.
MR. I.. C. Abies holds special powet
nf attorney from .lames Doibl to
attend lo any hits'lnc" matters connected
with the Criteilon Saloon.
By DaId Dayton. Aitoruc.v-Iii-lacC.
Honolulu, May 12, Ip'jO. Mis lw
HAVING bought out Mr. 11.
Paiie in the "Honolulu Curlngc
M.iiuiifnctory," at 12S fort street, 1 am
prepared to continue the above businix.
under tho old name of Honolulu Car.
rl.ige Manufactory, and being un old
experienced carriagu builder I solicit
the '.itii)iKi;(! of my old ftiends uinl I lie
public in general, mid with my thorough
knowledge ol the business and with ex.
perlenccd workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general path:,
faction. Please call and see rue hefote
(Signed): OIDKON WEST.
Honolulu. Opt. S. ISKfl. Mill it
lMiriilshod Hoii.si) To Let
AT Waiklkl, a two hlory
Hoihc, cotititining tix
iifesj looms nicely funiislied, wlih
kiicheii, liiiuii, bath mid sirv.uii's rooniH.
stable, etc , to let for. a few months at a
reasonable rale. Or rooms will be lit
uincly with good table biwrd.
HAWAUAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
VuliKihlu J't'oiuTty Eor .Stile
i. A 'N Niiuanu Avenue, a
MifffHK newly furiililicl 2-storv
TrMr'1 Houeo containing a rooins,
kltcJieu, bathroom, chisijis, carrluge
hout-e,. stible, hcuciy, etc, Oroiiuds
contain 2 !M0 acre', well laid out In
litwns, i-liado and fruit irce., llowert.,
etc. Will be told low, with or without
furniture, liortca, cairlnes, livestock,
and all the niipointnients uccded in a
llrsl.elr.es lesldenre, as the owner in
tends leasing thci-c. tslntids.
HAWAILVN BUSINESS AUBNCY.
rpiIK best lemedy for
X wounds, ulcers,
galls, proud llesh and
(.ores of liven- tlccerlii-
'.--flnn til tii.i'ftiinc or mil.
ninls. Adopted by leading hote rail-
rmul i.lnli mill livprv st.'ilili.u. i.l... . tti
tlio United Slates and clhcwherc. Wo
aro prepared to piowi lids statPiiietit by
icstliiionhiKaud references to plantoM
mid liverymen lu this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
AI.AHG R assortment of Photographs
and Stereoseoplo Vlows of the
most attractive s eenery, buildings, etc ,
in these, Islands, for tale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNCY.
Corner Fort and Merchant Htn-U.
NOW JS j'UM TIME !
Equitable Ufa Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now n-lllng their Honds, and upon easy terms. Thu additional fei
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forras offered by thla
original and progiessive Company:
ENDOWMENT DONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the Xrw .Vir:Sut, April -Ifi, 1S90.)
Tho Liirgorfl Jtiislnt'tw Ever TrunsnoU'ri by i LU'o AK.snr-
The new business of the Krpiitiblu Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first natter of the present year is teported to exceed Fim
MtLLio:,- Doi.i.aus. This is at the rate of ten hundred mif lions of aMur
anrfitr the yenr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
(faT-lnformatiou cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. OARTWRICHT,
General Atent for the Hawaiian I'dands, Kqiiitablc Life Assuranco Society
of the u. S.
" 'HO LUSTER & CO
I) RUGS & C I-I E M I C ALS !
Toilet Article.., Pine Perfume it Soaps, Patent Medi
cines, Homeopathic Huiiiedics,
Of Hvery DcFctiptioii.
CIGARS, ClfiARETTES & TOBACCO !
MANUFACTUUF.UJJ OF I UL CCLEIHIATED
Hoiilster's Oingsr A!a I Soda Waters
USING EXCLUSIVELY THE
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEMS
FOU ALL AEKATED HLVIHIAGES.
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Famous Grand Active it Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With Broiler & Hot "Water Attachments !
Consuming One-third Loss Fuel, eithir weed or coal, than any olner Slova
in existence 1
tcS- Ho Brick Wcrfc About It ! Just a Cleaa Cut Stovo I -a
Whcae Baking- Qwaiitics are Unsurpassed I
This Grate is of a triangular forni havi'ig thice hiufncrt. which are ip
verhilde, so that a eeparate top surface can be used on. alternate days; or if
tho one surface in course of tito shows any wear then tho other can be turned
up, and ho on the other, making it equal in durability to three distinct Urate.
FOE SALE HY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
".'IS It Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Hank, Honolulu, 1J. I.
E. K. Hi'.NDitV, President ic Manager. .loti.v E.va, Vic-Prpsldent
Goumnv Itnow:.', Koemtury .t Tieastuer. Cr.cu. liuow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opjxi. Wii-ccUi'Ih' ItuiiL, : 1'itrt Wti-rot, ilonolulu.
lMI'OHTEKS and HEALERS IN
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Geiioiuo Haviland Ckinn, plain nad dcjoratod; r.nd Wedgowocd
Piano, Library t Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Electoliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SOPPLIES of BYM DESGSIPTIOK !
Tho "Gnzollo" -wheeled Hiding Plow it Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Goo.-oneckpd Hoes,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KKROSHNE, L1NSKKD,
P.mtU, Varnished & llrmdips, Manila '. Sisal P.opo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
15 owe, .S lose. Hose,
RUWUKU, WIHF-HOUNI) of superior quality, &. STKAM,
Again Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, 'Pablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stook for Pipe t Holt Tin catling,
JIartnitm's Steel Wire 1'enco .t Steel Wire Mau,
Wm. G. Fishcr'a Wrought. Steel JUngf
Gato City Stono Filters,
"New Vroncss" Twist Drills,
H0V-29-S9 Ncnl'a Caniage TaiiUs,
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